Peter Furlow

Peter graduated from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of law in May of 2021, where he was recognized as a Pedrick Scholar and was a member of the Corporate and Business Law Society. At ASU Law, Peter focused his studies on corporate and real estate law. Before working as a law clerk at Rose Law Group, Peter gained litigation experience at a bankruptcy firm in North Scottsdale.

In 2018, Peter obtained a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Saint Louis University Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business. He graduated with honors and was recognized as a Martin Luther King Scholar for his commitment to service in the community. While living in Saint Louis, Peter worked at the Saint Louis Regional Chamber of Commerce, where he co-authored published economic research on St. Louis venture capital funds.

In his free time, Peter enjoys playing tennis, attending concerts and stand-up comedy shows, thrifting, and being overly optimistic about the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team!

In The News

Goldwater Institute accuses Phoenix of ‘property tax shell game’ in lawsuit over incentive deal; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, says incentives are crucial tool for economic development

By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal The Goldwater Institute sued the city of Phoenix this week, challenging the use of tax dollars to benefit the developer of a 26-story residential tower being built in downtown Phoenix. Hubbard Street Group and Cresset Real Estate Partners — both based in Chicago — are making their Phoenix debut with the development of this $87 million project

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Rose Law Group Corporate Transactions Chair Shruti Gurudanti weighs in on new tax rule changes for payment apps like Venmo, PayPal

By Jeanne Sahadi | CNN Business If you’re among the millions of people who use payment apps like PayPal, Venmo, Square, and other third-party electronic payment networks, you could be affected by a tax reporting change that goes into effect in January. Payment app providers will have to start reporting to the IRS a user’s business transactions if, in aggregate, they total

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Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, comments on theft of gallery owner’s multimillion-dollar NFT collection

By Shanti Escalante-De Mattei | Art News “I have been hacked. All my apes gone. This just sold please help me,” wrote gallery owner Todd Kramer, of New York’s Ross + Kramer Gallery, in a since-deleted tweet posted on December 30. A phishing scam had drained his Ethereum wallet of 15 NFTs valued at a total of $2.2 million, including four apes from the “Bored

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